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Drip, Drip...

Here's a little birthday card I personalized for a good friend. I love word art, but I usually save it for "younger" layouts and cards. I guess you could say she lucked out...hee, hee ! 

The Ice cream cone is from Indie Art, and I LOVE the texture on the cone, it just makes you wanna go eat a waffle cone!

It reads : "I've heard things get drippy at your age", hey, I'm just sayin'...
This will join a little gift and perhaps some mylanta...enjoy!


  1. Fantastic job! You have been busy. Love the embossing for the cone too!

  2. Love the word art! So fun. Congrats on the 100 followers!! You rock!


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